The Apollo 12 mission.
Audio files coming soon...
Digitized, cataloged and archived by the Houston Audio Control Room, at the NASA Johnson Space Center.
Horse Attack Mark
November 18, 2014
I'm working on a project and sifted through a lot of these files. To save others time, the lunar landing of Apollo 12 can be heard on file 372 (suggest listen to the mp3). At 02:15:00 the action begins with "Go for PDI" followed by an interesting trip down to the surface and touchdown around 02:34:00.
August 28, 2014
Where is my Review???
WHat no free speech at archive.org? I said what I felt and didnt swear or do any kiddy stuff. It was my best effort. Did you just want me to tell you how many WAV files were broken. Thats what this country needs - more internal enemy combatants like you.
September 6, 2012
as someone who lived through the Apollo Moon landings and loved Apollo 12 especially, I loved listening to these audio cuts. It's difficult to tell which cuts correlate to which events in the flight and I haven't found the actual touchdown cut yet, but if you are at all a space fanatic you'll love these cuts. Which cut contains the lunar touchdown? Thanks.
September 1, 2012
Reply to Colin.
I have also noticed that those you listed either partially download or dont work at all. But I noticed all those that dont work are the WAV format. The MP3 versions do work.
March 12, 2012
I'm just trying to be helpful in pointing out 10 files that appear to be faulty:
379-AAA appears to have only partially uploaded
385-AAA doesn't work
387-AAA doesn't work
389-AAA doesn't work
393-AAA appears to have only partially uploaded
394-AAA doesn't work
395-AAA doesn't work
396-AAA doesn't work
399-AAA doesn't work
400-AAA doesn't work
The above comments apply only to the WAV files; the MP3 files work fine.
I hope 363-AAA is posted soon, as I believe this tape will contain the comments sometimes used by the "moon hoax" nuts to "support" claims that Apollo 12 was followed by UFOs. When these people educate themselves on Apollo, they will understand how ridiculous their beliefs are!
This really is a wonderful project - and full marks to John Stoll.